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21 April 2016

Monkeys regulate metabolism to cope with environment and rigours of mating season [Phys]

New research on male Barbary macaques indicates that these primates have a flexible metabolic physiology, which help them survive by changing the speed of chemical reactions within their bodies, and consequently levels of energy, depending on temperature and availability of food.

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19 April 2016

La Grande Muraille verte trace doucement son chemin au Sénégal [Le Monde]

Lancé en 2008 sous l’égide de l’Union africaine, le projet a pour objectif de restaurer les écosystèmes sahéliens menacés par la désertification. Il se résume le plus souvent en une bande de reboisement de 15 km de large traversant le continent d’est en ouest, de Djibouti à Dakar.

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18 April 2016

Le pic creuse plus vite un tronc d’arbre... grâce à un champignon ! [Sciences et Avenir - Animaux]

Le pic à face blanche a une solution efficace pour creuser son nid plus vite dans un arbre vivant : il l’infecte d’un champignon.

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15 April 2016

Scientists document rare DNA transfer between animals and plants [Phys]

Very few cases of natural DNA transfers between animals and plants are documented, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Research scientist, but recently his team did just that.

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15 April 2016

Pollen becoming bee junk food as CO2 rises [ScienceNews]

Greenhouse gas threatens nutrition for pollinators

Bees may need their own supplemental protein shakes as increasing carbon dioxide in the atmosphere saps the nutritional quality of pollen.

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